Photos of Kate Middleton’s eight most dazzling red carpet looks.
Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, always dresses to impress, and her red carpet appearances have wowed royal fans over the years.
Here are photos of eight of the Duchess’ most glamorous ensembles.
Kate, Duchess of Cambridge is widely regarded as a royal fashion icon, as evidenced by her numerous red carpet appearances over the years.
Kate knows how to dress to impress, from film premieres to glitzy award shows.
Here are eight photos of the Duchess of Cambridge on the red carpet looking stunning.
Kate walked the green carpet at the Earthshot Prize Awards in October 2021 in an elegant lilac gown.
Kate had previously worn the lilac gown in public, which was in keeping with the event’s environmentally conscious theme.
She wore her hair in loose waves and kept her accessories to a minimum for the event.
Kate wore a dazzling gold Jenny Packham gown to the premiere of No Time To Die in September 2021.
Mr Craig himself said Kate looked “jolly lovely” in the film, which marked Daniel Craig’s final outing as the famous James Bond.
Kate wore a stunning Alexander McQueen gown to the EE British Academy Film Awards 2020, which she had previously worn on a royal tour in 2012.
Kate completed her look with a pair of dangling earrings, a matching necklace, and a glamorous chignon.
In recent years, Kate and William have been frequent attendees at the EE British Academy Film Awards, and the couple never fails to dazzle on the red carpet.
Kate attended the show in a one-shouldered Alexander McQueen white gown with a satin white clutch and dangling earrings.
In 2018, a pregnant Duchess of Cambridge walked the red carpet with Prince William at the BAFTA Awards.
Kate wore a floor-length Jenny Packham gown with matching emerald jewelry.
Kate wore another Alexander McQueen gown to the BAFTA Awards in 2017, this time in black with a floral pattern.
Kate wore a pair of dramatic statement earrings instead of a necklace with her off-the-shoulder gown.
Kate walked the red carpet at The Curzon Mayfair in 2016 to support Action with the premiere of “A Street Cat Named Bob.”
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